The New York Knicks shot just 34 percent from the three-point line in the 2018-19 season. That number would not seem as poor 10 years ago, but the uptick in shots from behind the arc increased the standard for it, making anything around the 40 percent mark worthwhile.
Roster improvements should enforce an improvement for 2019-20 and return some of the past, quality three-point shooting this franchise once had.
Outside shot-makers filled this roster as soon as earlier this decade, but who stands out with the most three-point field goals in franchise history? Let’s take a look:
- John Starks, 982: Long before the three-point shot became a go-to part of almost everyone’s game, Starks attempted as many as 7.